Apple adds ‘New Music Tuesdays’ tracks to iTunes Music Store

Apple’s “New Music Tuesdays” continue to roll. Apple has announced new releases to the iTunes Music Store, including The Thorns, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Mary Fahl, O.A.R., Pat Metheny, The Guys, Less Than Jake, and Eisley. Apple has also added music from Queens of the Stone Age, Jackson Browne, Rush, System of a Down, Tchaikovsky & Sibelius, Stevie Wonder, Train, and Youssou N’Dour.

More information on the Apple iTunes Music Store here.


  1. Apple has to negotiate specifically with individual artists who hold back. That takes time.

    Any word on whether any smaller labels are in the library yet? It’s well known that many want in, and that Apple is now working on adding them. Anyone know if that’s turned into actual available songs yet?

  2. Couldn’t find “Straight to Number One” by Touch and Go (the Summer Catch soundtrack edition). I found the slower Queer As Folks (USA) album version but not the faster alternative rock one.

    Strange since this is the song Apple uses in their iTMS promotional video?

  3. early Tuesday morning, I downloaded the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s “Californication” album. It has since disappeared, along with any mention of the Chili Peppers, which is the way it was before Tuesday.

    Very strange..

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